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curious-looking

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  • Everything was strange to his eye—the broad-leaved bushes, the gnarled trunks of the tall trees, the curious-looking fruit hanging here and there, the vines that twined upward into the green distance.

    Gideon’s war

  • He was a curious-looking individual, tall and wiry, with cheeks sunken and shaded with stubble.

    Talking Heads « A Fly in Amber

  • I returned home and placed these curious-looking white bar-shaped tablets into the top drawer of my bedside table.

    Fallin’ Up

  • She is the curious-looking disciplinarian who bangs a gong as the girls exercise to her orgiastic rhythm.

    Thomas Gladysz: The Remarkable Life of Valeska Gert

  • They passed curious-looking trading stations, abandoned now, consisting of caves built into the sides of cliffs and reinforced with poles that looked like prison bars.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • I was prepared to see the most curious-looking tents when once they were brought out and set up in daylight; one might imagine that the floor of one would be sewed on to the side of another.

    The South Pole~ The End of the Winter

  • With its pompom topknot and elongated body, the Dandie Dinmont is a curious-looking dog.

    Dog days for British breeds

  • Aumuo and I were positioning ourselves near the front of the line when another acquaintance, Rose Tolbert, walked up, followed by a curious-looking man.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • This July, Jacques Cinq-Mars, a renowned archeologist living in Longueuil, is heading to Beringia - a vast territory that once spanned the Yukon, Alaska and Siberia - in hopes of resolving a controversy he unleashed nearly 20 years ago when he chanced upon a curious-looking cave in the Yukon's Keele Mountain Range, perched on a ridge high above the Bluefish River.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • “The first time I found it, I thought, ‘Gee, another curious-looking fruit.’”

    The Fruit Hunters

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